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Gpu Benchmarking

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September 8, 2012 2:02:58 AM

so today i decided to benchmark my pc for the first time. i have my gpu overclocked to 954mhz and i have yet to overclock my cpu but anyways i used evga's benchmarking software and i got a score of 14610 with 243 fps and the temp maxed out at 72c. is that good?

my rig is:
Fx-8150
GTX 560
16gb ddr3 ram

here the log it gave me:

012/09/07 @ 20:47:40 >> EVGA OC Scanner X is starting up.
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:40 >> Build: 2.2.0 [Aug 6 2012 @ 12:19:38]
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:40 >> Start with scan enabled.
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:40 >> Operating system: Windows 7 64-bit build 7601 [Service Pack 1]
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:40 >> CPU name: AMD FX(tm)-8150 Eight-Core Processor
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> CPU features: speed: 3600MHz, physical cores: 8, logical cores: 8
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> OpenGL version: 4.2
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> Main OpenGL graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> Device ID: 10DE - 1201
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> Max viewport size: 16384x16384
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> Max texture size: 16384x16384
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> Detecting GPUs...
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> Found 1 GPUs.
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - GPU 1: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - Bus ID: 1
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - Cores: 336
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - Partitions: 4
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - Shader Pipes: 2
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - Memory size: 1023MB
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - Memory type: GDDR5
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - Bios: 70.24.18.00.66
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - GPU temperature: 43.000°C
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - Graphics driver: 9.18.13.602
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - True clocks - GPU clock: 903MHz - Memory clock: 2106MHz - Shader clock: 0MHz - GPU voltage: 0.000V
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - PState 0 - GPU clock: 903MHz - Memory clock: 2106MHz - Shader clock: 0MHz - GPU voltage: 1.025V
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - PState 8 - GPU clock: 405MHz - Memory clock: 324MHz - Shader clock: 0MHz - GPU voltage: 0.913V
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - PState 12 - GPU clock: 50MHz - Memory clock: 135MHz - Shader clock: 0MHz - GPU voltage: 0.875V
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - Fan speed: 48%
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> - Fan speed: 1980 RPM
2012/09/07 @ 20:47:41 >> GPU monitoring thread started up ok.
2012/09/07 @ 20:49:55 >> Stress test stopped.
2012/09/07 @ 20:49:55 >> Stress test duration: 00:02:13
2012/09/07 @ 20:49:55 >> - GPU 1: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560
2012/09/07 @ 20:49:55 >> - Temperatures: GPU=71.000°C, PCB=0.000°C
2012/09/07 @ 20:51:24 >> Starting benchmark (duration: 60000ms)...
2012/09/07 @ 20:52:27 >> Benchmark score: 14610 points, 243FPS (duration: 60000 ms, resolution: 512x512)
2012/09/07 @ 20:52:27 >> Stress test stopped.
2012/09/07 @ 20:52:27 >> Stress test duration: 00:01:00
2012/09/07 @ 20:52:27 >> - GPU 1: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560
2012/09/07 @ 20:52:27 >> - Temperatures: GPU=75.000°C, PCB=0.000°C

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September 8, 2012 9:34:28 PM

I don't know anything about the evga benchtest, but I would recommend 3DMark as a good standard. I think most people use that. It makes comparing figures easier.
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September 8, 2012 11:04:21 PM

Most people use 3DMark to test their computer. It gives a better standard to compare to.
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